One Liberty Observation Deck in Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA — At attraction that offered panoramic views of the tristate area from high atop downtown Philadelphia is now history.

The One Liberty Observation Deck, located on the 57th floor of the One Liberty Place skyscraper, has permanently closed to visitors, according to Visit Philadelphia, the region's tourism marketing agency.

The attraction opened in November 2015, providing visitors with 360-degree views as far as their eyes could see.

One Liberty Observation Deck in Philadelphia

The top of Two Liberty Place and the Delaware River, as seen from the One Liberty Observation Deck

The permanent closure comes a little more than a year after One Liberty announced that it was suspending its operations indefinitely due to the "drastic decrease" in visitors brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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